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This article defines an overall service centric systems engineering (SeCSE) process that combines different pieces of the project into an integrated functional view that helps facilitate the definition of the interfaces between the different activities. The paper discusses SeCSE methodology which consists of many processes relevant to service centric system engineering.
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